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    My Post was flagged for spam after editing

    Hi,

    I made a post and it seemed to get posed just fine, then i made an edit and after saving the edit i got a message pop up saying it's been flagged for potential spam and awaiting moderator approval.

    Afterwards I check my recent posts, and it's even disappeared from there?


    #2
    That's what it does. It is a longstanding unfortunate bug or a setting which should be fixed.

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      #3
      This bug needs to be fixed

      The spam filters on this forum need to be change, posts seem to be disappearing left, right and centre.

      Posts I made early then I edited for spelling reasons get deleted by the spam filters.

      I ended up copying posts into Word or Note pad just encase the spam filters strike again !

      This is getting really Annoying .
      Thunderbirds are go

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